How We Achieve
How We Achieve Student's Education Success
To help student achieve academic success and earn their high school diploma, we offer individualized learning and proficiency based instruction.
Since its accreditation from the Northwest Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities in 1994, Oregon Outreach Inc. (OOI) has graduated over 400 students. Communities from Beaverton to Gresham, and Molalla to Scappoose, and many in between have contracted with OOI to provide instructional programs with flexible scheduling and individualized instruction. Dedicated staff personalizes instruction to meet Oregon State Standards, as well as, provide emotional support and basic life skills when the situation arises.
Oregon Outreach uses a modern Proficiency-Based Instructional model, recognized as a teaching and assessment method with proven effectiveness in a variety of educational settings. This student-centered approach focuses on competency as opposed to the “seat time” model.
Oregon Outreach is accredited by Cognia. This allows students the opportunity to earn the same official high school diploma that would be obtained at any public high school in Oregon. All of our programs offer both modified and regular diplomas that meet the standards that all public schools in Oregon are required to meet.
The following is a list of support services provided for students in need of additional assistance in order to succeed in school, at home, and in the community.
- An accredited high school diploma
- Individualized curriculum and proficiency-based instruction
- Small class size
- Social, emotional and behavioral support
- Adult education leading to a high school diploma
- Academic counseling and college preparation
- Service learning and community involvement
- Diploma credit recovery